David Tennant has been speaking to the US magazine Newsweek about playing perhaps his darkest character yet, the murderous Cale Erendreich in the new Dean Devlin movie Bad Samaritan. He also talked about the next series of Doctor Who, which sees Jodie Whittaker take over the lead role.
In Bad Samaritan, two young thieves, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, make a terrifying discovery in a house they intend to rob - a young woman is imprisoned in chains there. When they report the owner, Erendreich, to local police they find that they have drawn the attention of a psychopath who will stop at nothing to get his revenge.
On taking on darker roles: "I just take whatever comes up that feels different and a challenge. For this film, the initial concept - valet parking guys that rob people's houses while they're having dinner - seemed...fantastically obvious. Then this character Cale goes through the middle of the story like an icicle. It felt like it was going to be …
David Tennant has told Entertainment Weekly that his new TV series Good Omens will be “epic”. Chatting to the mag about the eagerly anticipated six-part adaptation of the cult comedy novel by Terry Pratchett and Neil Gaiman, David said:
“It’s a massive, epic, sweeping show, I can’t wait to see the finished product. It’s quite hard to imagine at the moment. They’ve got months of post-production. It’s going to be one of the joys of it, seeing how it all comes together.” David plays the role of the earth dwelling demon Crowley , he explains: “he’s a demon who’s been stationed on earth since the Garden of Eden, who ends up teaming up with his opposite number, Aziraphale, played by Michael Sheen, to avert the oncoming apocalypse. They decide that actually, they quite like their life on earth as it is, and humanity being wiped out would mean they’d have to go back and live in heaven and hell, which is not a prospect that particularly cheers them. So they set out to undermine the coming of t…
The first 14 minutes of Call Of Duty World War II: Zombies - The Shadowed Throne has been released as a teaser for the new DLC.
Watch it below:
The Shadowed Throne is the fourth Nazi Zombies map in Call of Duty: WWII. It is part of the game's second DLC, The War Machine. It takes players to the heart of Nazi Germany, where Doctor Straub prepares for a final confrontation in his airborne zeppelin.
The main characters in the chapter are Drostan Hynd, Olivia Durant, Marie Fischer, Jefferson Potts.
David Tennant voices Drostan Hynd, an antiques expert and former art thief who is given the choice to join the mission or go to jail.
Cameron Dayton, the Creative Director at Sledgehammer Games and Darin De Paul, who plays Hank Rideau in the game also shared some photos of David at a read through for the game on twitter yesterday. With Cameron joking: "The first read was perfect…the only reason I had David Tennant read through his lines a 2nd time was to keep him around for a little b…
David Tennant's new movie, Bad Samaritan was released in Russia today. David Tennant and Robert Sheehan co-star in the horror thriller scripted by Brandon Boyce and produced by Devlin's own Electric Entertainment.
The film is released under the title Логово Монстра (Monster's Lair). The plot centres on a pair of petty thieves, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, who find themselves in a world of horror when they target a classy residence only to find that the owner (David Tennant) has a girl chained and gagged in his office. reporting the matter to the police only focuses the psychopath's attentions on them and a tense cat and mouse game commences as he seeks to ensure their silence.
The film is dubbed in to Russian. A trailer can be seen below:
A number of Russian fans took to twitter to say how much they had enjoyed the film. Check out some tweets below:
Just saw #BadSamaritan! Today it's just started in our cinemas and we went to the very first film s…
David Tennant has been chatting to this week's issue of Entertainment Weekly about his new US movie, Bad Samaritan, which is due to be released in theaters across America and Canada on May 4.
The plot centres on a pair of petty thieves, played by Robert Sheehan and Carlito Olivero, who find themselves in a world of horror when they target a classy residence only to find that the owner (David Tennant) has a girl chained and gagged in his office. reporting the matter to the police only focuses the psychopath's attentions on them and a tense cat and mouse game commences as he seeks to ensure their silence.
Speaking about his evil character in the horror thriller, which is written by Brandon Boyce and directed by Dean Devlin, David tells the mag:
"To find a positive aspect in Cale is quite tricky. He's definitely a monster. But as an actor you've got to try and find the reality within that, you've got to try and find the humanity in there, the little bits of vulne…
David Tennant is featured in a new video which takes a look behind the scenes of the prestigious Glasgow Film Festival. David, whose latest film, You, Me And Him, premiered at the event in February, is joined by fellow actors Karen Gillan and Gemma Arterton in the piece which explains why film festivals are more important than ever before.
Further screenings of David Tennant's latest film, You, Me And Him, have been announced in Leicester, Teignmouth and Stamford. The Stamford screening will also include a Q&A session with Daisy Aitkens. The OurScreen screenings we are hosting in North London, East London and Stratford-upon-Avon are also confirmed for this Sunday and you can see the full list of upcoming screenings below. The first full length feature film by writer and director Daisy Aitkens, You, Me And Him is a delightful new British comedy with a very modern twist. Olivia and Alex (Lucy Punch and Faye Marsay) are a lesbian couple who are very much in love. As the question of pregnancy beckons, they befriend their new neighbour, John (David Tennant), and lines begin to blur as the trio finds themselves in some truly uncharted territory. Georgia Tennant produces for Bad Penny Productions. Tickets can be booked now for the following screenings: April Ipswich 25, 26 April at Ipswich Film Theatre Trust - Book tickets n…
David Tennant will be a guest on The Late Late Show With James Corden on May 1st to talk about his new feature film Bad Samaritan.
Star of stage, cinema and TV, British writer, actor and host James Corden heads up the late-late night CBS franchise, stepping into the shoes of fellow Brit Craig Ferguson. Airing weeknights at 12.35am ET/PT, The Late Late Show With James Corden features celebrity interviews and exclusive musical performances.
David's fellow guests on the night will be actor Elizabeth Olsen and singer Anne-Marie.
Bad Samaritan is a new thriller directed by Dean Devlin, the talent behind the international blockbusters Independence Day and Stargate. The film centres on two young theives who stumble upon a young woman chained and gagged in the office of a house they intended to rob. David Tennant, Robert Sheehan and Kerry Condon star in the movie which was scripted by Brandon Boyce and produced by Electric Entertainment.
Bad Samaritan is released in theatres in the USA and C…